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the 1-point-6 billion dollar powerball jackpot, but a ticket purchased in onawa, iowa is good for two-million dollars! the ticket was sold at the casey's store in onawa. the person who bought it hit the first five numbers drawn last night, but missed the powerball. that's good for one- million dollars, but the ticket holder also added the power play, which h ubles the prize to two-million! there is no word yet on who bought the ticket. it's one of eight two- million dollar tickets sold nationwide. three tickets did hit the jackpot. one in florida, one in tennessee and one in california, where nbc's jennifer bjorklund checked out the all-night party at the 7-11 where the ticket was sold.
very proud that we sold that much money" natural sound cheering inside 7-11 it was a party inside the store natural sound the owner showed up and got caught up in the glee of it all. sound babir atwal, owner of 7-eleven :23-:27 "it was so joyful. i am so thankful to my customer that they come here and he gets a million dollars' commission half of which goes to 7- eleven corporate, the rest he says he'll share with his employees. ....winning tickets were also sold in melbourne, florida and munford, tennessee. the jackpot, nearly one- point-six billion dollars. that's roughly $530 million each if they take the lump sum option, before taxes. >> with winners announced across iowa, did the state's top leader get in on the powerball frenzy? "no. no, no, i don't. you know, for one thing, if i won, they would think it was rigged. so it's one of those things, i know thehe's a lot of citement and unfortunately it wasn't an iowan that won, and there's a personal reason for that. if an iowan would have won, the state would have gotten a lot of tax money in iowa, too," says iowa governor terry
governor branstad says he's not a gambler, but respects the fact that others get excited about it. he stopped by the ktiv studios this morning as part of his condition of the state address tour of iowa. > weather ad-lib we'll follow up yesterday's mild weather with another day just like it today with a bigger surge into the 30s (a few 40s too) and some decent sunshine! enjoy it because it's the last of them we'll see for a little while. as a cold front moves through tonight, we'll see a few light snow showers across the area as temperatures begin their decent into the teens and 20s and pretty much hold steady there tomorrow morning and fall a bit more tomorrow afternoon. conditions won't get much better this weekend with highs expected to be in the single digits and lower teens with lows falling to
windows but incredibly, the company says only one customer was injured and all of its employees are safe. at least seven are dead this morning, including some of the gunmen. and isis is claiming responsibility saying the targets were foreigners... and the security services who protect them. kelly cobiella/ nbc news/ london, england "indonesian police say some of the attackers had returned from syria. they say all five are now dead along with two civilians and 23 others are injured, some critically. the us embassy says americans are not among the victims, but they're warning us citizens in jakarta to stay away from busy places like malls and restaurants, saying that more attacks are possible. back to you." >> nebraska governor pete ricketts is urging lawmakers to pass a package that would slow the statewide growth in property taxes.. .. and to reject any proposals that expand medicaid. ricketts outlined his agenda in his second state of the state address this morning. his proposals include an infrastructure bank that would accelerate work on road and bridge projects.
balance its budget without tapping into cash reserve, which some lawmakers have said may be necessary. governor ricketts plans to speak at a news conference in south sioux city, just about 25 minutes from now. we'll have coverage from south sioux and lincoln tonight on news four. the republican presidential candidates face off in the first debate of the year tonight. the debate in north charleston, south carolina is being hosted by fox business network. it will focus on economic, domestic and international policy issues. the seven candidates chosen for the main debate are donald trump, senator ted cruz, senator marco rubio, ben carson, governor chris christie, jeb bush and governor john kasich. 18 days out from the iowa caucus, hillary clinton's edge over bernie sanders has shrunk to just two percentage points in iowa. that's according to a new bloomberg/de s moines register poll released today. clinton leads sanders 42- percent to 40-percent. the poll included 503 likely
caucus-goers and has a margin of error of plus or minus 4.4 percent. barack obama made his first visit as president to nebraska wednesday, one day after delivering his final state of the union address to the american people. a teacher played host to the commander in chief... in her home! kelly bartnick has that story from papillion.
by april she had a response...and wednesday she walked on an omaha stage and introduced obama. it was a public spectacle...bu t martin says in private the president is... "just a regular guy. they kept saying, just treat him like he's a regular guy, like he's your friend coming into your home. and that's truly what he is."> a regular guy who gave this english teacher and her family a day they will remember forever.... like any good teacher martin says she has lesson for her students. "that they can be the change...they just have to speak up." because words are powerful---and sometimes the powerful listen. >> ben says we get todada.. and then our temperature goes south. he'll be back to tell us about a major cool-down, after the break. it's right now in spencer,
marco rubio. he ran for senate saying he opposed amnesty... then he flipped, and worked with
liberal chuck schumer to co-author the path to citizenship bill. he threatened to vote against it. and then voted for it. he supported his own dream act and then he abandoned it. marco rubio. just another washington politician you can't trust. jeb bush. he's a leader, so you always know where he stands. right to rise usa
we'll follow up yesterday's mild weather with another day just like it today with a bigger surge into the 30s (a few 40s too) and some
decent sunshine! enjoy it because it's the last of them we'll see for a little while. as a cold front moves through tonight, we'll see a few light snow showers across t(e area as temperatures begin their decent into the teens and 20s and pretty much hold steady there tomorrow morning and fall a bit more tomorrow afternoon. conditions won't get much better this weekend with highs expected to be in the single digits and lower teens with lows falling to near 10 below zero saturday night with a few possible flurries. we'll bounce back a little bit early next week, but not enough to melt off more snow and ice. see
after yesterday's steep plunge, u-s stocks are bouncing back. and leaders of various faiths come together to help feed the hungry... and support siouxland's religious diversity. ktiv would like to send out anniversary and birthday wishes to our viewers. martin & marie schreiner of maurice, iowa are celebrating their 60th wedding anniversary today. if you or someone you know is having a birthday of 80 years or more or an anniversary of 5 5 years or more, p pase send in their name (and correct pron),),ddress and telephone
bishop of the diocese of sioux city. every leader grabbed a food item... packing food. ...at the food bank of siouxland, and got to work... packaging food. packaging food sacks for kids in the community. "it's very important we come together to work on projects together and show our tolerance, understanding of each other and learn from each other," said congregation beth shalom's rabbi guy greene. the religious leaders say they want to create an atmosphere of respect for every religion and practice. "i've been very concerned about the political stuff that's going on in our country right now and the divisions that are being caused by what people consider to be faith issues and casting a whole population of people in a bad light," said trinity lutheran church's pastor paul johnston. they say by coming together, they're showing their understand one other. closing a box of food. "the whole concept is to make sure that our kids from different faiths understand that regardless of what you follow, you belong to the human kind and the best of the human kind can come together and make
>> stocks are rebounding after yesterday's plunge, as energy companies climb along with the price of crude oil. the storm lake police department will soon start using body cameras. this week, police hosted a town hall meeting to show how the cameras work and how the data will be stored. they also addressed privacy issues and any questions or concerns from the community. officers will use the cameras to record interactions wath the public. "i think it's pretty much business per normal for us. we're going to keep working the same way we normally work, only difference is everything's being recorded." said storm lake police lieutenant chris cole. officers are eected to be using the cameras by the end of
babale with cancer. rickman was known by millions for his s le as the ambiguous dark arts teacher, professor snape in t t "harry potter" movies. trained at the prestigious royal academy of dramatic a a, rickman was often cast as the bad guy. he played villain hans gruber in the first "die hard" movie. he was also the wicked sheriff of nottingham in "robin hood: prince of thieves"... and a wayward sband in the 2003 romantic comedy "love actually". alan rickman was 69. it's one of the biggest days of the year i ihollywood as oscar nominations were announced this morning. mark barger was there.. and has a look at those who made the cut.
nomination, but he's still looking for his first win. his competition includes fellow globe winner matt damon for "the martian", michael fassbender for "steve jobs", emmy favorite bryan cranston for "trumbo" and last year's best actor winner eddie redmayne, nominated this year for "the danish girl." "the revenant's" best picture competition includes "the martian", "bridge of spies", "brooklyn", "the big short", "room", "spotlight" and "mad max: fury road". that film grabbed 10 nominations overall. two time oscar winner cate blanchett has a shot at number 3... best actress for "carol". her
rivals include 2 golden glo winners.... brie larson for "room", and jennifer lawrence for "joy". al in the mix are saoirse ronan for "brooklyn" and with her first career charlotte rampling for "45 years". also among this morning's nominees, sylvester stallone. he's up for best supporting actor for "creed". it's his third oscar be his first win. box office titan "star wars: the
awakens" missed out on a best picture bid,
but it did pick up 5 overall nominations. "the tag line for this year's oscars is 'we all dream in gold', and come february 28th we'll find out which of those dreams come true for this morning's nominees. i'm mark barger in los angeles, california .. back to you." >> it's almost time for the annual "heart ball." details are on the way on around siouxland. cordes: most nurses are tough. they're problem-solvers. they like making things better. people don't have access to healthcare
heararball coming up. withthore infofoation is linda jochims and penny rossburg. thank you so much for joining us today. the big event is coming up soon, isn't it? yes it is. it is saturday february 6th. we have a champapae reception at 6 pm at the marina inn center, in south sioux. there's a live and silent auction, lots of great things. we are going to ve wonderful musicians there that are going to entertain us during the reception and also through the dinner. you have a theme this year too? we have a fantastic theme, breakfast at tiffany's with our beautiful pearls. we are so excited about that. being as you're mentioning that, we have an open your heart segment where you donate a certain dollar amount so you'll get either a pearl necklace or bracelet. that's great. we're really excited about this. our sweethearts/ heart throbs
the program. our decorations are absolutely beautiful, and it just fits everything. we have an amazing lady that does all of that for us. we appreciate all people that back us up. all right here in siouxland. all for a good cause. yes, absolutely. it's the number one killer in men, women, and babies. what's extremely important is that it's not a mans disease anymore, there's far more women dying from cardiovascular disease. when is the heart ball?
i know it's heart month as well. saturday february 6th at the marina inn. prior to that on friday is red day, we'll have it at mercyt 9 and unity point health st. luke's at 11. february heart month is coming up. thank you so much ladies. thank you. thank you for watching around siouxland. >>
have a great afternoon! >> marco
rubio. he ran for senate saying he opposed amnesty... then he flipped, and worked with liberal chuck schumer to co-author the path to citizenship bill. he threatened to vote against it. and then voted for it. he supported his own dream act and then he abandoned it. marco rubio. just another washington politician you can't trust. jeb bush. he's a leader, so you always know where he stands. right to rise usa